No IU baseball players on first team All-B1G

Indiana made have made a late season run in the Big Ten standings but it certainly was reflected in the all conference teams released on Tuesday. IU didn't have a first team member, while Scott Donley made second team and Craig Dedelow was honored as a third team selection. No IU pitchers were recognized.

Indiana baseball may have made a great late season run to get back into the NCAA Tournament picture and qualify for the Big Ten Tournament but it certainly wasn’t reflected in the all-Big Ten baseball teams released on Tuesday.

Indiana didn’t have a single player selected to the conference’s first team all-Big Ten and Scott Donley was the lone selection on the second team.

IU outfielder Craig Dedelow was named third team all-Big Ten.

Two IU freshmen were honored as members of the Big Ten’s all-freshman team. Those honors went to Isaiah Pasteur and Logan Sowers. Will Nolden’s was IU’s sportsmanship winner.

Most interesting was that not a single Indiana pitcher was recognized on any team. That on a team that was led by its pitching throughout the regular season.

The Hoosiers open play at 10 a.m. ET Wednesday in the Big Ten Tournament when they face Michigan. Top Stories